During the training period, regular monthly tests are conducted to evaluate the performances of the trainees. In order to bring the trainees of poor standard to an average level, extra efforts are made by holding coaching classes. As a result of this, performances of our trainees are always as appreciated by all concerned.
Further, since this is a time-bound training programme, every day of training activities are considered to be important. Therefore, the holidays of the Institute are restricted only to the days declared by the State government. For better training performances, trainee should have not less than 80% for whatever reason, he/she will not be allowed to continue his/her training.
In case of below average and irregular trainees, the progress and attendance information are given to the curriculum of the institute will be supplied after admission.
All India Trade Test
After completion of prescribed period of training the final All India Trade Test(AITT) are conducted by the NCVT,New Delhi and sucessful trainees are awarded the National Trade Certificate in
Concerned trade, which is same as in all Government ITIs.
The National Trade Certificates are recognized for recruitment to the subordinate posts and service under the State Government and Government of India for which a certificate in craftsmanship is precribed as requistite qualifications. Usually such trade test is conducted in July each year and supplementary test in January next year.